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When Gambling Was Outlawed

The Navajo men in this photograph taken in the 1920s are burning their gambling [playing] cards as the hand-written title suggests. The men appear to be near a school, perhaps in Leupp or Tuba City on the Navajo Reservation. There is an Anglo man in a suit at center, possibly a government agent. The federal ...

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